A man who used his wife's urine sample to try to cheat a drugs test got the surprise of his life when he found out she was pregnant.
The Egyptian bus driver feared losing his living when he faced a mandatory drugs test.
So instead of giving a his own pee, he persuaded his wife to provide a sample of her own.
Before revealing the news, officials asked the driver to confirm that the sample was his own.
When he nodded, they then floored him, telling him: "Congratulations, you're pregnant."
Two months, in fact!
You can only imagine his mixed reaction: the good news is you're going to be a dad; the bad is that you're BUSTED!
A presenter on an Egyptian political talk show reckons that lessons can be learnt from this hysterical attempt at deception.
Tamer Amin told the BBC: "This story despite being funny has several lessons.
"First, that drugs have become available to many and have become as common as cigarettes. This is a calamity."
In future, the transport authority will require a blood test as well as urine tests to prevent people giving fake samples.
The Egyptian transport authority will now have to provide a blood test as well as a urine sample.
Driving whilst under the influence of drugs and alcohol is considered a large-scale issue in Egypt, with over 12,000 people killed on the country's roads every year.
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